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What Are The Different Parts Of Investigatory Project?

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Here is a useful breakdown off the various parts and components of an investigatory project:
Step 1, start the report by stating a hypothesis. 

This is an education assumption that regards the outcome of the experiment you are involved with. It needs to be a statement and not a question. You also need to state that you will compare the actual outcome to the expected outcome.

The project also includes a list of materials that are needed for the experiment. This should be written in a paragraph form. Remember the basics in the paragraph - use colons, and use commas to make it easy to write.

The procedure must be outlined within the project, too, using complete details. You should try and clarify any steps that have appeared confusing.

You then need to present your data. This is the results section of the investigatory report and is one of the integral parts of the investigatory project. Without this component of the investigatory project, then the investigation would have been completely pointless.

In this part you will need to report any changes that you didn't expect and whether things went to plan or not. This is where the report can diverge away from standard paragraph form as well. This part of the project can include charts, time lines and graphs to make the research statistics much easier to comprehend.

The project will also include a section that compares the results to the hypothesis that was stated in the beginning, in the next paragraph. It is this next paragraph that will ultimately bring the report to an end. It concludes all of the research and will either prove or disprove the hypothesis that was set out at the beginning of the investigatory report.

If you're writing one then use a control, or a base, for your observation if it's required by the experiment. For instance, to test any reactions in saltwater then normal water can be used as a control. Just do this before you try saltwater.
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-introduction
-review of related literature
-meth-ology
-data interpretation/ data analysis
-conclusions and recommendations
-bibliography
(I'm from the Philippines, age is 12, and I'm a freshmen, and this thing's killing me! First grading-period, and in science we do this?!?!? Crazy world. Such a project! I still need to research about MY SIP, bout hamster pellets vs. Organic hamster salads, so.....toodles! Hope I've helped you!!!)
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Introduction
objectives of the study
significance of the study
scope and limitations

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